From the interview with Meryl Meisler by Catherine Kirkpatrick for Art Spiel:

Art Spiel: Have you had a show or other creative opportunities canceled?

Meisler: March was scheduled to be a month long artists residency at The Virginia Center for The Creative Arts. When my mother-in-law became ill three days into the residency, we returned to New York. March 11th was the opening reception of Studio54 Night Magic at the Brooklyn Museum, where I have work on exhibit. Throughout the fabulous reception, I sensed this might be the last big opening for quite some time. The next day NYC museums, Broadway theaters and other cultural institutions announced closings. Pattie and I abandoned our plans to return back south and drove up to Woodstock instead. Studio54 Night Magic, scheduled through July 5th, has yet to open to the public nor does anyone know if it will. The Brooklyn Museum exhibit and a group show at Foley Gallery are now frozen in time. So far this spring: a group exhibit Grace Before Jones: Camera, Disco, Studio at Nottingham Contemporary, UK is postponed. From Acid to Ecstasy at Lockwood Contemporary Gallery in Kingston, NY might go only online.

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